Florence Cross (60), an inspector in Trim and Finish at Canley, retired after 31 years’ service with Standard Triumph. Continue reading “Florence Cross – Trim”
A brochure on the Triumph 2.5 PI, Mk.2, produced by Marketing Services of Rover/Triumph, won a national award recently. It was runner-up in the four colour section of the competition and was printed by Nuffield Press Ltd., Cowley, a member of British Leyland Motor Corporation. Continue reading “Ian Burton – Triumph Publicity Wins Award”
“Dynamic, dedicated, enthusiastic – a slave driver boss who instils complete loyalty from all colleagues, employers and employees – this is the way Jock Brown is regarded in Western Avenue Service Depot, London. After being with the Company for many years he apologises for his conversation which is monopolised by Triumph. In his own words he sleeps, eats and drinks Triumph”. These are the words of a reporter who interviewed Mr A. G. Brown, Triumph’s London Depot Manager, a few years ago. We make no apology for repeating them on the occasion of “Jock’s” retirement. Continue reading “Jock Brown – Western Avenue Service Depot, London Pt1”
The Apprentice Training School was situated at Banner Lane. After Massey Ferguson acquired the factory in 1959 it was moved to Radford. Subsequently it moved to Tile Hill. Continue reading “Triumph Apprentice School”
Martin Burke, (70), a fitter’s mate in Maintenance Department, Canley, retired (in 1972) after 29 years of valuable service. Continue reading “Martin Burke – Maintenance”
A trio of weddings from the Standard Triumph company newspaper in December 1968. Recognise anyone?
Continue reading “Weddings – Part 1 – 1968”